April 25, 2019

NoveList Select’s New Analytics Dashboard

Libraries with NoveList Select are now able to use our new Analytics Dashboard to see their NoveList Select usage data from any web-enabled device, anywhere, any time. This dashboard provides a window into how your library’s patrons are viewing and interacting with information in the catalog.  

What’s in the dashboard?

You’ll be able to see a monthly views total, which represents the number of times NoveList Select provided enrichment. This figure is a brand-new data point, and we think you’ll love it because it provides a broad measure of engagement with your catalog. Clicks are also available and provide a more focused measure of interaction. The dashboard has extensive click data, broken down into multiple charts. Together, views and clicks provide a holistic picture of the impact NoveList Select is having in your catalog. 

You’ll also see this helpful information at a glance, including:

  • Total views for last month
  • Total clicks for last month
  • Chart comparing clicks year-to-year
  • Breakdown of clicks on individual features

NoveList Select Dashboard clicks chart

 

NoveList Select Dashboard bar chart

How do I access the dashboard?

We’ll be reaching out individually to library administrators, so watch your email for instructions. If you have questions about your organization’s dashboard, email us at novelistselectsupport@ebsco.com

This dashboard replaces the previous reports (in spreadsheet form). However, if you would still like to get your hands on the classic spread-sheet style data report — we’ve got you covered. Just click the “13 Month Click Report” link in the dashboard. You’ll see a historical breakdown of feature usage for a rolling year.

Have you seen the new NoveList Select?

Has your library migrated over to the newest version of Select yet? Upgrading is easy and included in your existing subscription. Preview the newest version of NoveList Select for Catalog and learn more about how to switch over.

Not a NoveList Select customer and want to learn more about how this catalog enrichment helps your patrons discover more books that they want to read? Ask for a demo!


Sam Stover is a Product Manager at NoveList.





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